|Samples from pg 189 of the Share the Fun Annual Catalogue|
This very special stamp set has 22 images. It's a two-step Photopolymer stamp set that co-ordinates with the brand new Tree Builder punch seen on page 167 of the catalogue. Two-step stamping is a really great way to layer your images.
|Sprinkles of Life 22 Photopolymer stamps in English (139971) or French. Use clear acrylic blocks - a, c and g.|
|Tree Builder Punch Item #7. Multiple shapes for layering and more. $22.00|
Whatever your celebration is and whether you want to stamp a tree, an ice cream cone or a cupcake, this stamp set's got it all. Here are some fun projects I've made with the set.
My Sprinkles of Life Birthday Card was inspired by Carol Payne's recent post in which she combined this set and the Mini Gift Bag Thinlet to make a gift card holder. Great idea!
Here's my version:
I made a whole card, using Daffodil Delight for the card base, and I mounted the Mini Gift Bag to the front of the card. I've added an insert with the gift card. Here's a view of the outside front of the card. I luv, luv, luv it!
And, this is what it looks like opened to the center of the card. Lots of room for writing a note and birthday wishes.
|I used the Big on You (retired) stamp set for the inside of the card. Love the Cucumber Crush ink with the Daffodil Delight|
Here are some more pictures showing the detail:
I love adding the Dazzling Details to these scoops of ice cream. It just seems to bring them to life. I also am a fan of the Big Dot Embossing Folder which adds just a subtle hint of texture behind the cone and ties in with the balloons on the designer series paper.
The sentiment is from the Sprinkles of Life set. The tag was cut out with the Banner Triple punch. The insert for the Gift bag was made with a
The ice cream on the top of the cone is used to pull the gift card from the gift bag, so you need to ensure it's really mounted securely to the top of the white card stock piece.
Another project I made using the "ice cream cone" images from the stamp set was rosettes for my summer banner. The ice cream cones just added the perfect touch. Here are some close-ups:
Well that's it for today, but I'll be back on August 20th along with the other members of the Wacky Watercooler August Blog Hop. We'll each be presenting two projects focusing on the Sprinkles of Life stamp set. I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with. Hope you'll bookmark that date and drop by for a visit!